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REVIEW: KennyHoopla Teams Up Once Again With Travis Barker For More Pop-Punk Bangers On ‘BLINK AND YOU’LL MISS IT//’ EP

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Newcomer and standout to the scene KennyHoopla has returned with Travis Barker to give us nothing but pop-punk heat in the form of the ‘BLINK AND YOU’LL MISS IT//’ EP. This EP consists of three energetic, carefree, and fun pop-punk songs to show that this man still has the stuff, with the help of Barker […]

Sindria Brings Atmospheric Heat To Metalcore With “Sleep”

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Metalcore up and comers straight out of Sacramento, Sindria have returned with another single entitled “Sleep”¬†after releasing a single earlier this year with “Intoxicate” with Tom Barber of Chelsea Grin and Darko. With atmospheric vocals and heavy instrumentals, Sindria is here to add something special to the world of alternative metal and metalcore and stand […]

REVIEW: Honey Revenge Delivers Endless Melody And Fun With ‘Retrovision’

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Based straight out of LA, pop-rock duo Honey Revenge have delivered us their debut album entitled ‘Retrovision’. They’re a newer band to come out of the scene, and they certainly have made quite a mark already with this record. If you’re a fan of fun and catchy songs that have a carefree attitude to them, […]

REVIEW: Trophy Eyes Makes A Strong, Emotional Return With ‘Suicide And Sunshine’

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The Australian sad boys Trophy Eyes have made their long-awaited return with their fourth full-length album, ‘Suicide and Sunshine’. It marks their first full-length record since 2018’s ‘The American Dream’, almost five years after. They’ve also gone to release multiple one-off singles in between these releases, but finally settling on a whole album for 2023. […]

REVIEW: Origami Angel Brighten Up The Summer With “The Brightest Days”

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DC emo natives Origami Angel have returned with their newest release, entitled ‘The Brightest Days’. It marks their first release since 2022 “DEPART” and “re:turn” EP’s, and it just shows how constantly this brand grinds on releasing new music on a consistent level. This release is no exception, as it elevates the band’s positive and […]

REVIEW: Hot Mulligan Claim The Title Of Post-Emo Kings With ‘Why Would I Watch’

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The #1 hot new band Hot Mulligan have returned with their third full-length record, with ‘Why Would I Watch’. It’s their first LP since 2020’s ‘You’ll Be Fine’, which people in the scene still have spinning three years later. It’s tough to follow up such a monumental record for them, but they’ve arrived with a […]

PREMIERE: EZERA Brings The Hard Rockin’ Heat With New Single “Falling Forever”

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Sacramento band EZERA have released their brand new single “Falling Forever” accompanied by their brand new music video for it, which is premiering exclusively on the CaliberTV YouTube channel. Nostalgic and head-bobbing riffs start off this hit of a track, with a chorus that is sure to be on people’s minds. Pulling influences in everything […]

REVIEW: Fall Out Boy – ‘So Much (For) Stardust’

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Emo punk/pop-rockers Fall Out Boy have returned with their eighth studio album, ‘So Much (For) Stardust’. It’s been a little over five years since the band has released a record, the last being 2018’s ‘Mania’. This album welcomes more of a familiar, yet fresh sound to the band. Returning to producer Neil Avron, who produced […]

REVIEW: Can’t Swim – ‘Thanks But No Thanks’

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The New Jersey emo underdogs Can’t Swim have returned with their fourth full-length album, ‘Thanks But No Thanks’. It hasn’t been too long since their last record dropped, which was about a year and a half prior to this one. This album finds a bit of a return to form to their roots, toning down […]

REVIEW: Pierce the Veil – ‘The Jaws Of Life’

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Scene legends Pierce the Veil have returned from a seven year gap of no music with their fifth studio record, ‘The Jaws of Life’. This record marks 17 years of Pierce the Veil being a band, and it definitely shows in the growth on this record in particular. They go for a more alternative 90’s […]